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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the Deutch diesel engine controls. Normally with
the compressor at full open, engine must continously run, sionce this is the point where the engine is not
heavy loaded. Check the injection pump as well as engine speed control and the air filter.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
suspect that the inlet control valve or control regulator may be at fault, but are you sure that your demand is not more than the compressor can deliver? if you close off the service valve will it come up to pressure and idle back as normal? if so then you may have a leak in your system or your demand is to large. But having a knowledgeable service tech check it out would be the next step.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
SOURCE: starts but can not compress
hi i think the drivebelt for the screw is broken or missing all theeth. when this is, after starting the engine runs at max rpm and no pressure will be built up. to check the belt, wich is behind a plastic panel just behind the compressor oilfilter, its easy to take off the oilfilter, take off the plastic panel, using screwdriver to bend the lips, and look at the belt. very oft its broken and you will find the teeth everywhere in the housing. if the belt is ok, the problem will be in the regulatingsytem, but thats only a smal chance. to change the belt you need a special tool to bring it to the correct tension. you can always ask more info. good luck.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks a million times i tried ur suggestions and it worked as the belt connecting the compressor and engine was worn, thanks once more."
SOURCE: hi, i have a xas 146
if its fitted with a water seperator then it may need draining, other than that your oil/air seperator filter may require changing, you will get some water(conensation) as the compressed air heats up and cools down, failing that try an in-line air/water sperator(about 20 pounds to buy)
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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